Jonas Brothers Announce 'Chasing Happiness' Doc Premiere Date
By Paris Close
May 9, 2019
The Jonas Brothers' documentary finally has a release date!
The group revealed their new personal film project, Chasing Happiness, will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on June 4. The "Sucker" musicians' announced the release date for their latest venture, which offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas' rise to stardom amid family hardships, musical success, and the band's breakup, with an exclusive video announcement on Wednesday (May 8).
The clip, below, finds each bandmate quizzing Amazon's virtual assistant Alexa into revealing which of the three members is her favorite, to which Nick makes laughable efforts to woo the machine.
(Watch how that pans how below.)
The Jonas Brothers first announced their documentary film on The Late Late Show with James Corden in March, mere days after making their comeback to music.
In speaking with iHeartRadio about what fans can expect from the movie, Kevin told us: "The doc really covers everything, how we started, from not just a band, but as people growing up, to where we ended, and where we are going today, everything in between. [It] just touches on all of it, and it was powerful for us to go through. We haven't even seen fully seen all of it yet, so it's gonna be exciting to see."
Chasing Happiness will arrive a few days ahead of the JoBros' first album in 10 years, Happiness Begins, which releases June 7. The boys will also support their fifth studio album with the "Happiness Begins Tour," spanning 40 cities starting this summer.
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